Mollie Clark

Harper Grey LLP

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Q1 l 2020

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Case Summary: No harm, no foul. Where a breach of procedural fairness has been established, the Court will not find there was a reviewable error unless the breach affected the outcome

Canada - February 22 2022 Ontario Supreme Court dismisses application for judicial review of remedial order made by College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario…

Case Summary: I take it back! In certain circumstances, an administrative body can correct a breach in procedural fairness by reopening the relevant decision

Canada - February 22 2022 The petitioner, Ms. Hemminger, is a lawyer licensed to practice in British Columbia. She was issued a citation by the Law Society of British Columbia…

Case Summary: There are no shortcuts to judicial review: judicial review will not be available where there is an adequate alternative remedy. A limited right of appeal from decisions of an administrative body to the Court constitutes an adequate alternative remedy

Canada - December 21 2021 The applicant Condominium Corporation brought an application for judicial review in respect of a decision of the Condominium Authority Tribunal…

Case Summary: Fair is fair: where statutory interpretation is the core issue decided upon following written and oral submissions, it is not procedurally unfair for the decision maker to rely on a particular term contained in the regulations being interpreted about which submissions were not specifically made

Canada - December 21 2021 The applicant, a numbered company involved in cattle production in Ontario, brought an application for judicial review of a decision made by the…

Case Summary: That’s reasonable, right? The standard of review regarding questions of procedural fairness met by an administrative decision maker is not correctness, but rather whether the standard of fairness required by the common law has been met

Canada - September 21 2021 The standard of review regarding questions of procedural fairness met by an administrative decision-maker is whether the standard of fairness…